Academic Information

The Master’s Degree is divided into different modules that aim to cover the necessary objectives and skills in relation to Psychology of Social Intervention. In order to obtain the Master’s Degree, students must complete 60 ECTS credits, including courses, research work and internships.

Students obtain the Master’s Degree in Psychology of Social Intervention upon passing 4 or 8 ECTS credits on Methodology in Psychology, 28 or 32 ECTS credits from the rest of the courses under the programme, 3 ECTS credits for seminars offered by professionals working in the field of social intervention (the sole compulsory course), 15 ECTS credits either for research work or supervised internships in different institutions related with psychosocial practice and 6 ECTS credits for the Master’s Thesis.

Students opting to carry out research work will have to complete AT LEAST 8 ECTS credits of the Methodological Module. Students opting for internships must complete AT LEAST 4 ECTS credits of the Methodological Module and AT LEAST 28 ECTS credits of the Psychology of Social Intervention Module.

The courses are each worth 4 ECTS credits and are optional provided that the above requirements are met, except for the course of seminars on “Current Perspectives in Psychology of Social Intervention” which is worth three ECTS credits and is compulsory.